Kiedrich Turmberg, Riesling, Trocken, 2012

  Robert Weil

Of the three Weil vineyards, the Turmberg monopol has the highest proportion of blue phyllite slate. There is a great clean mineral and dry stone character to this trocken that with air opens up to reveal red apple, tangerine and grapefruit notes. Sleek and beautifully balanced with 6.5 g/l of residual sugar.

Contains Sulphites.

About Robert Weil

Only a handful of German wine Estates can boast excellence and consistency over a prolonged period. The wines of Robert Weil have not just been the standard bearers for Rheingau for the last few decades but equal to the top half dozen estates in Germany as a whole who are considered the best. Based in Kiedrich with 75 hectares of Riesling surrounding the fine Estate House and cellars, the vineyard management and wine making are based on precision with 100% focus on quality.

Appellation: Rheingau

7,700 acres along the northern side of the Rhine between Wiesbaden and Rüdesheim where the Riesling produces classic and substantial wines.